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Draw Conclusions How do the American people benefit MOST from public-interest groups?

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American people benefit from public-interest groups because the interest groups are, just like people, driven to achieve policies and other goals in politics. So what makes public-interest groups meaningful for people is that the groups push to achieve the goals that are aligned with the public interest. The interest groups are responsible for better conditions in society because they contribute to popular sovereignty.

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